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Meanings of Ablest:

adjective

Having the power, skill, means, or opportunity to do something.

Usage examples:

He was able to read greek at the age of eight

Meanings of Ablet:

noun

The bleak, alburnus alburnus, a cyprinid fish.

Meanings of Ablins:

adverb

Perhaps, possibly.

Meanings of Abloom:

adjective

Covered in flowers.

Usage examples:

In the springtime the cliff top is abloom, first with serviceberry, then dogwood

Meanings of Ablow:

adverb

Below.

preposition

Below.

Meanings of Ablude:

verb

To differ, be out of keeping. usually with from.

Meanings of Abluent:

adjective

Having the property of cleansing the body.

noun

A medicine or other agent used to cleanse the body.

Meanings of Abluents:

adjective

Having the property of cleansing the body.

noun

A medicine or other agent used to cleanse the body.

Meanings of Ablush:

adjective

Blushing.

Usage examples:

Presently rowena returned, all ablush with joyous excitement, and begged for a rereading of the let…

Meanings of Ablute:

verb

To wash (oneself, or a part of the body).

Meanings of Abluted:

adjective

That has been washed clean.

Meanings of Ablution:

noun

An act of washing oneself.

Usage examples:

The women performed their ablutions

Meanings of Ablutions:

noun

An act of washing oneself.

Usage examples:

The women performed their ablutions
phrase

Your ablutions are the things you do when you wash yourself

Usage examples:

Perform your ablutions he went off to the baths to perform his ablutions., we waited for james, who…

Meanings of Ably:

adverb

Skilfully; competently.

Usage examples:

Steven has summed up our concerns very ably
suffix

Forming adverbs corresponding to adjectives ending in -able (such as suitably corresponding to suitable ).

Meanings of Abnaki:

noun

A member of an algonquian people living chiefly in maine and quebec.

Usage examples:

In the east, the french supported the abenakis, who fought against new england to preserve their la…
adjective

Either or both of the two extinct algonquian languages ( eastern abnaki and western abnaki ) of the abnaki.

Meanings of Abnegate:

verb

Renounce or reject (something desired or valuable).

Usage examples:

He attempts to abnegate personal responsibility

Meanings of Abnegated:

verb

Renounce or reject (something desired or valuable).

Usage examples:

He attempts to abnegate personal responsibility

Meanings of Abnegates:

verb

Renounce or reject (something desired or valuable).

Usage examples:

He attempts to abnegate personal responsibility

Meanings of Abnegating:

verb

Renounce or reject (something desired or valuable).

Usage examples:

He attempts to abnegate personal responsibility

Meanings of Abnegation:

noun

The action of renouncing or rejecting something.

Usage examples:

Abnegation of political power

Meanings of Abnegations:

noun

The action of renouncing or rejecting something.

Usage examples:

Abnegation of political power

Meanings of Abnegative:

adjective

Of or relating to abnegation; that abnegates something; characterized by self-abnegation.

Meanings of Abnet:

noun

A girdle made of fine linen, used especially by jewish priests.

Meanings of Abneural:

adjective

Situated opposite to or away from the neural side or aspect.

Meanings of Abnormal:

adjective

Deviating from what is normal or usual, typically in a way that is undesirable or worrying.

Usage examples:

The illness is recognizable from the patient's abnormal behaviour

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